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Why Isn’t There a Way to Consolidate Answers?

Suppose a question receives more than one answer, out of which I find that two that each address exactly 50% of the question. In my view, both should be marked answers to the question. Is there a way to mark them thus?

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Also see the fas here: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/7931/… – ChristopheD Nov 3 '09 at 10:38
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You can write your own answer using contents of other answers and accept it as the right answer.

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No. The only thing that you could do is to give each an upvote.

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